Banana Seeds B2
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Seeds from Musa monticola This diminutive mountain banana is only known to grow above elevations of 1000 m in the mountainous regions of northern Sabah, Borneo. The slender, dark mottled pseudostems are only 3 to 7 ft. tall. The upright inflorescence produces glossy purplish-brown bracts followed by miniature bananas held in a very dense bunch not much bigger than a very large pineapple. The small ripe fruits, although seedy, are very sweet. A rare and localized species that should be most suitable for the cooler tropics and warm temperate areas with protection from frost. Zones 9 to 11.
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Seeds from this and very easy to grow hardy Musa sp burmese blue. A smaller banana most of them up to 12 feet and known to be as big as 25 feet with huge leaves. It is native to northern Thailand. It has been associated with a variety of Musa itinerans but quite probably is an undescribed species. The fruits are blueish to purple they used in Thai food and are sweet. Also any banana grown from seed will grow fruit with seeds. Zones 9 to 11